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Visual C# 2005 Tutorials and Webcasts
Tutorial: Introduction to Microsoft Agent
http://www.deitel.com/articles/csharp_tutorials/20051111/MicrosoftAgent_Page1.html
Tutorial: “Introduction to Microsoft Agent,” by Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel. Introduces Microsoft Agent—a technology for enhancing Windows applications and Web pages with interactive animated characters that can speak to users and respond to user input via speech synthesis and speech recognition. [Note: This tutorial is an excerpt (Section 17.14) of Chapter 17, Multimedia and Graphics, pages 692-706 from our professional book C# for Programmers, 2/e.]
Tutorial: Two-Dimensional Graphics
http://www.deitel.com/articles/csharp_tutorials/20051025/IntroTo2DGraphics.html
Tutorial: “Two-Dimensional Graphics.” Demonstrates the powerful graphics capabilities of C#'s Graphics class, including shapes, brushes, pens, textures, gradients, line styles and general paths (which can be used to create your own two-dimensional shapes). The tutorial is intended for students and professionals who are already familiar with C# graphical user interface fundamentals. [Note: This tutorial is an excerpt (Section 17.9) of Chapter 17, Graphics and Multimedia, pages 835-840 from our textbook Visual C# 2005 How to Program, 2/e.]
Tutorial: Introduction to Web Services
http://www.deitel.com/articles/csharp_tutorials/20051126/csharpWebServices_Part1.html
Tutorial: “Introduction to Web Services,” by Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel. Shows how to create and use Web Services in C#. Begins with a general overview of .NET Web services concepts and technologies used to implement Web services. Presents a step-by-step walkthrough of building and deploying a HugeInteger Web service that performs calculations with integers up to 100 digits long. We then build a Windows application that consumes the Web service. This tutorial is intended for students who are already familiar with C# and for C# developers. [Note: This is an excerpt (Sections 22.1–22.4) of Chapter 22, Web Services, pages 1164-1190 from our textbook Visual C# 2005 How to Program, 2/e.]
Tutorial: Introduction to C# Generics: Part 1
http://www.deitel.com/articles/csharp_tutorials/20051111/Intro_CSharpGenerics.html
Tutorial: “Introduction to C# Generics: Part 1,” by Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel. Shows how to declare and use generic methods in the C# programming language. [Note: This tutorial is an excerpt (Section 25.1) of Chapter 25, Generics, pages 1115-1116 from our  professional book C# for Programmers, 2/e.]
Tutorial: Introduction to C# Generics: Part 2
http://www.deitel.com/articles/csharp_tutorials/20051111/MotivationforCSharpGenerics.html
Tutorial: “Introduction to C# Generics: Part 2,” by Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel. Presents an example using overloaded methods to motivate the need for generic methods. [Note: This tutorial is an excerpt (Section 25.2) of Chapter 25, Generics, pages 1116-1118 from our  professional book C# for Programmers, 2/e.]
Tutorial: Introduction to C# Generics: Part
http://www.deitel.com/articles/csharp_tutorials/20051111/GenericMethodImplementation.html
Tutorial: “Introduction to C# Generics: Part 3,” by Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel. Re-implements the overloaded methods from the example in Part 2 using a single generic method. [Note: This tutorial is an excerpt (Section 25.3) of Chapter 25, Generics, pages 1118-1120 from our  professional book C# for Programmers, 2/e.]
Step-By-Step Guide to Converting Web Projects from
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa479567.aspx
Tutorial: “Step-By-Step Guide to Converting Web Projects from Visual Studio .NET 2002/2003 to Visual Studio 2005.”
23 Lesson C# Tutorial
http://csharpcomputing.com/Tutorials/TOC.htm
Extensive C# tutorial includes 23 lessons including a hacker's introduction to MSIL, object-oriented design, passing by value and by reference, understanding static and instance members, recursion, exceptions, linked lists, Internet programming, delegates, events, reading a database and more.
Tutorial: Advanced Basics: the Sound of Music
http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/06/01/AdvancedBasics/default.aspx
Tutorial: “Advanced Basics: the Sound of Music” by Brad McCabe. Show you how to use new classes and namespaces in the .NET Framework 2.0 to add music and sounds to your applications.
Tutorial: Writing Your First C# Program
http://www.mastercsharp.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=89&&TopicID=4
Tutorial: “Writing Your First C# Program,” by Saurabh Nandu, shows you how to write the “Hello World” program.
Tutorial: Exploring Your First C# Program
http://www.mastercsharp.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=90&&TopicID=4
Tutorial: “Exploring Your First C# Program,” by Saurabh Nandu, walks through the “Hello World” program.
Tutorial: How to Compile C# Programs and Compiler
http://www.dotnet101.com/articles/art034_CompOptions.asp
Tutorial: “How to Compile C# Programs and Compiler Switches,” by Saurabh Nandu.
C# Tutorial
http://www.softsteel.co.uk/tutorials/cSharp/cIndex.html
Tutorial: “C# Tutorial,” is designed for people with some previous programming experience. Include a comparison between C# and C++/Java. Topics include variable types, pointers, arrays, enumerators, operators, loops, jump/selection, classes, methods, polymorphism, constants, delegates, exceptions, generics and more.
Tutorial: Introduction to C# Tutorial
http://www.csharp-station.com/Tutorial.aspx
Tutorial: “Introduction to C# Tutorial” is an 18-lesson tutorial for beginning and intermediate-level programmers. Topics include expressions, types, variables, control statements (selection and loops), methods, namespaces, classes, inheritance, polymorphism, properties, indexers, struts, interfaces, delegates, exception handling, attributes, enums and operator overloading.   

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Update :: July 21, 2018